The aspirin is to help keep the blood thin and flowing, it's not meant to address pain in these circumstances. Check out healthybodydaily.com/dr-oz-in-case-you-missed-it/dr-oz-blood-clot-risk-factors
. Also elevating the feet/legs, standing & moving at least a few minutes every hour, warm compresses. Never sit too long. I can't seem to figure out what kind of Dr is most experienced with blood clots.
I guess he wants you to see a rheumotologist because of the positive ANA.
Have you called the rhuemy office yourself to see if there is a cancellation list you can get on? Or maybe your insurance or country doesn't work that way...
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